Students at McCoy College have 5 possible types of Grade Point Average (GPA)
*Additional conditions apply for the Dean's list - please see the catalog for a complete description.
Importance of Your GPA
Your GPA is an indicator of your academic performance. Many factors can play into how a student performs (time management, stress level, familiarity with the subject, motivation). Having a good GPA is important for a variety of reasons. Many employers use a GPA to narrow the field of applicants. For students that wish to continue their education, GPA plays an important role in graduate school admission. Consequently, students should regularly monitor their GPA throughout their college career.
Below are some tools to help you when calculating your GPA. If you have any questions or would like to have an academic advisor estimate your GPA, you should schedule an appointment.
How to Calculate Your GPA
|Course||Grade Value*||(multiplied by)||Credit Hours||(equals)||Grade Points|
|US 1100||A = 4||X||1||=||4|
|ENG 1310||B = 3||X||3||=||9|
|BIO 1420||B = 3||X||4||=||12|
|BLAW 2361||C = 2||X||3||=||6|
|PFW 1110||A = 4||X||1||=||4|
Provided by College of Applied Arts Advising Center
The business GPA consists of all courses in the business core, major, and restricted/advanced business electives. The business GPA must be a 2.25 in order for a student to graduate.
The business GPA calculation is located on the degree audit report. Instructions for accessing and reading your degree audit report are located here.